Tag Archive: engineering

Mar
03

Smarter Motor Control

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The face of industry is changing with a promise of highly connected machines that communicate, coordinate and make autonomous decisions. Speed, precision, smoothness and energy efficiency will be at the heart of Industry and the machines that drive it. The motors that move current generations of equipment often consume over 50 per cent of the …

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Aug
31

Farnell launches sensing technology microsite to provide one-stop access to over 4,000 products and support for design engineers

Farnell launches sensing technology microsite

Includes application notes, training videos and a range of sensing technology solutions. Farnell has launched a new  microsite dedicated to sensors and sensing applications.  In addition to giving fast and easy access to over 4,000 products, the sensing microsite also provides extensive design resources including application notes, white papers and product training videos to help …

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Jul
13

Amphenol stocking extended to make Farnell a one-stop location for designers with interconnect applications

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Amphenol stocking extended to make Farnell a one-stop location for designers with interconnect applications Over 35,000 products stocked including market-leading industrial composite and Terrapin ranges Farnell has added over 6,500 Amphenol military, aerospace, industrial and commercial connector products to the range it currently offers from the world’s second largest manufacturer of interconnect solutions and cables. …

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May
18

element14 Announces Three Semi-Finalist Teams for “The Great Global Hackerspace Challenge”

Hackerspace teams to present final projects at Maker Faire Bay Area to judges Ben Heck, Jeri Ellsworth and Mitch Altman. For two months, 27 hackerspace teams across the globe have been working on their projects for “The Great Global Hackerspace Challenge,” and today global electronics community element14 announced three semi-finalists: BuildBrighton, Hackerspace Charlotte and Pumping …

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